NDPHC welcomes you to our site and to our club.
Remember if you want anything added or posted on our website, please contact Ezra. Any and all suggestions are welcome.
Our annual meeting will be held at the Aberle residence:
7315 7th Street NE
Carrington, ND 58421
on November 9, 2013 at 2 PM.
We will discuss 2014 activities (including Hi-Point Awards), 2015
activities, and have elections of officers and board members. Please contact Ezra to put any other items on the agenda or if you cannot make the meeting and would like to provide feedback and input or need directions.
Here are last year's Meeting Minutes .
From time to time our club holds fundraising raffles. When we do, you will find the information here.
Thanks to all for your past support!
North Dakota Paint Horse Club is a affiliated club with the American Paint Horse Association, Inc. that the home office is in Ft. Worth TX. Our boundary is the state of North Dakota.
The North Dakota Paint Horse Club is a non profit organization whose objective is to promote an active interest in Paint Horses, be an affiliate of the “The American Paint Horse Association, and to show Paint Horses. The club sponsors a variety of activities, including horse shows, a stallion auction, a futurity, trail ride, and fun social events. It publishes the “Hoofprints” newsletter seven times a year. The club’s Board of Directors consists of the officers (President, Vice-President, Treasurer, and Secretary) and eight elected directors. The club also has a National Director and an Alternate to represent the club to the APHA.
- Promotes breeding, raising, riding, and showing American Paint Horses
- Is a non-profit organization
- Is an affiliate of the American Paint Horse Association headquartered in Fort Worth, TX
- Promotes a family atmosphere by conducting family orientated functions such as horse shows, trail rides, horse clinics, picnics, and family fun
- Offers halter, performance, and speed event classes for everyone age six to 100 in youth, novice amateur, amateur, and open divisions
The American Paint Horse's combination of color and conformation has made the American Paint Horse Association (APHA) the second-largest breed registry in the United States based on the number of horses registered annually. While the colorful coat pattern is essential to the identity of the breed, American Paint Horses have strict bloodline requirements and a distinctive stock-horse body type. To be eligible for registry, a Paint's sire and dam must be registered with the American Paint Horse Association, the American Quarter Horse Association, or the Jockey Club (Thoroughbreds). To be eligible for the Regular Registry, the horse must also exhibit a minimum amount of white hair over unpigmented (pink) skin.
Each Paint Horse has a particular combination of white and any color of the equine spectrum: black, bay, brown, chestnut, dun, grullo, sorrel, palomino, buckskin, gray or roan. Markings can be any shape or size (2 inches in any shape), and located virtually anywhere on the Paint's body. Although Paints come in a variety of colors with different markings, there are only three specific coat patterns: overo, tobiano and tovero. These colors, markings and patterns, combined with stock-type conformation, athletic ability and agreeable disposition, make the American Paint Horse an investment in quality. (APHA.com)
If you are searching for your first Paint, the NDPHC is a great place to start.
For all inquiries, please do not hesitate to contact our President Ezra Aberle.
c/o Ezra Aberle
7315 7th St. NE
Carrington, ND 58421
FREE For Sale ads for NDPHC members! You can submit up to 4 pictures and 300 words for each horse FOR FREE if you are a Paid member.
If you would like to join our club - please go to the Membership page to print off a membership form and send Julie Zachrison your dues.